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THE FUHRER GIVES THE JEWS A CITY - Life in Theresienstadt Camp




THE FUHRER GIVES THE JEWS A CITY - Life in Theresienstadt Camp

This film is about a concentrated place in a Czechoslovakian city named Theresienstadt, given to the Jews for preparations to deport them to either Israel or Madagascar.

This is not a Hollywood back-lot. This is not a 'reenactment' from false testimony. This is the real thing.

Adolph Hitler had signed an agreement with the Zionists in 1933, to transport the Jews (Khazars) of Europe to Israel. Along with their wealth. On German ships (flying the swastika flag) and trains. This was called the "Transfer Agreement." (Documentary available on Internet Archive. http://www.archive.org/details/1933-ZionistsSignADealWithHitlerToCreateIsrael-TheTransfer)

"The Theresienstadt (camp) City Orchestra" (from http://www.cwporter.com/jazzimkz.htm_

"The City Band of Theresienstadt was led by Peter Deutsch, former conductor of the Royal Danish Orchestra. .... “Isn’t it all miraculous?”, wrote Willi Mahler, a music-lover, describing his impressions of the Great Holiday Concert of 25 June 1944 in his diary. “The German soldier is losing the struggle for his existence in the West, South and in Eastern Europe, and the Jews, sealed off in the ... atmosphere of Theresienstadt, are allowed to listen to promenade concerts and have their own band, at the order of the German administration of our own settlement” (p. 225). Upon the approach of the Red Army, the lyrics of the Czech musical numbers got even cheekier: “… in the end, we'll all laugh when everybody shits on Germany” (p. 292).

In the 1970's, the stories passed down about the WW-2 German prison camps were welded together into a narrative we now call "the Holocaust" - meaning "the burnt offering." Through telling and re-telling, the Holocaust has grown to a multi-million dollar industry, and has changed to mean something particular to Jewish history. It has been used to found a nation (Israel), and to justify many exceptions to morality.

Investigations of physical evidence and original documentation, however, have cast doubts on the Holocaust narrative that has been formed. For example, areas claimed to be mass graves, have been found with modern investigative technology to contain no human remains. Testimonies of accused perpetrators show evidence of outright fabrication, or were obtained through torture. Many of the supposed eyewitnesses have provided stories riddled by inconsistencies, describe physically impossible events, or were even total frauds who were never actually in the camps.

If the Holocaust narrative is false, the ramifications are far reaching. Ethnic Germans have been slandered for decades on the basis of the Holocaust. Terrorism used in the founding of Israel was justified through it. It was even used to justify the slaughter, rape, and murder of millions of ethnic Germans after World War 2.

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Reviews

Reviewer: Andreas Meyer - - August 28, 2012
Subject: Interesting
Really funny how people call a promotional documentary that contains interesting historical fact "Nazi propaganda", while remaining silent on all the atrocity propaganda movies made by the Allies, which are cruel deceptions.

So thanks, get us more original footage on everything.
Reviewer: bterezin - - March 2, 2012
Subject: It's a shame how a holocaust denial is being used here
How come this guy was allowed to upload the propaganda film with such a ridiculous and shameful description of it, and furthermore - a denial of the holocaust?
Reviewer: B. Stockwell - - February 25, 2012
Subject: Nazi Propaganda Classic!
The film quality is miserable but the ethics of the film are grotesque. It's pitiful that the uploader of this film doesn't understand this is a propaganda film. According to Wikipedia, "Theresienstadt. Ein Dokumentarfilm aus dem jüdischen Siedlungsgebiet (English: Terezin: A Documentary Film from the Jewish Settlement Area) was a black-and-white projected Nazi propaganda film shot in the concentration camp of Theresienstadt.

In the summer of 1944 the Nazi government had perpetrated a hoax against the Danish Red Cross by taking them on a tour of the Theresienstadt concentration camp in the Sudetenland, occupied Czechoslovakia. They fixed up and cleaned the camp prior to arrival and arranged cultural activities to give the appearance of a happy, industrious community. To cover up the endemic overpopulation of the camp, numerous inmates were deported to Auschwitz before the arrival of the Red Cross delegation.

The gimmick was so successful that SS commander Hans Günther attempted to expand on it by having Kurt Gerron, a Jewish actor/director, make a short film about the camp to assure audiences that the inmates kept there were not being abused. In return they promised that he would live. Shortly after he finished shooting the film, however, both he and other cast members were "evacuated" to Auschwitz where they were gassed upon arrival.

The film was intended to be shown in neutral countries to counter anti-Nazi propaganda about the persecution of Jews coming from the Allies. Influential organisations such as the International Red Cross and the Vatican would be given screenings. However, the progress of the war in that period (late 1944 to early 1945) made that impossible. After an initial screening in early April 1945 to senior members of the government and SS there were a few other screenings to international humanitarian groups in Theresienstadt in April 1945. Further distribution was halted by the defeat of Germany.

The full film was destroyed but about 20 minutes of sequences from the film have survived. The surviving footage features a children's opera, Brundibar, and two musical performances on a wooden pavilion in the town square. One is of Karel Ančerl conducting a work by Pavel Haas, the other is of the jazz band leader Martin Roman and his Ghetto Swingers. Ančerl and Roman both survived Auschwitz; most of their musicians and the children from the opera did not."

April of 1945 was pretty late in the game for the Nazis to be pretending to be thoughtful chaps. I repeat: Nazi propaganda classic!